1968-1972 was “a calamitous period in American history, in higher education history, in Washington, DC and on the Georgetown University campus,” says Frank Murray (SFS’72). He, along with General George W. Casey, Jr. (SFS’70) and Roger Cochetti (SFS’72), recall what it was like to be students at Georgetown in the midst of this unrest.
Reilly Dowd (SFS’13) spent four years directing and producing Dreams of Daraa, a feature film documentary that follows a young Syrian mother and her three children from the Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan to Germany.
Sarah Margon (MSFS’05) is the Washington director at Human Rights Watch, where she serves as the organization’s main point of contact with the U.S. government and provides legislative and policy guidance.
Kara Swisher (SFS’84) is the co-founder and editor-at-large of Recode, a technology news website. Swisher has also worked for The Washington Post and The Wall Street Journal, and currently has an opinion column in the New York Times.